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(p. 491) Review: Infant Feeding and Feeding Difficulties: By Philip Evans and Ronald MacKeith (London: J. and A. Churchill, 1951) 

(p. 491) Review: Infant Feeding and Feeding Difficulties: By Philip Evans and Ronald MacKeith (London: J. and A. Churchill, 1951)
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(p. 491) Review: Infant Feeding and Feeding Difficulties: By Philip Evans and Ronald MacKeith (London: J. and A. Churchill, 1951)
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Donald W. Winnicott

, Philip Evans

, and Ronald MacKeith

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780190271350.003.0100
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date: 20 April 2018

In his review of Evans and MacKeith’s, Infant Feeding and Feeding Difficulties, Winnicott states that the authors have given those who work with infants and their mothers an accurate, up-to-date and easily read exposition of available knowledge and opinion. Assuming the soundness of the physical facts about infants and mothers, what is most valuable, according to Winnicott, is the choice of quotations from a wide field of cultural experience.

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